Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Corporate Services Group LSE:CSV London Ordinary Share GB0002251600 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.52p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services - - - - 16.35

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/3/2012
19:52
CSG Ltd in Australia (CSV:ASX) looks like a great business. It's trading at low P/E yet its dividends are growing, good revenue growth, and little debt. Yet why is the share price so low? I noticed in that the share jumped last year on potential takeover rumours, yet went down again, after the takeover was cold off. What do people think of this stock?
ferhat00
07/5/2008
14:42
New thread and already moving up http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=17087413
knowing
07/5/2008
08:39
Isn't the conversion of 2.15p based on IPEL trading at 108.1p? IPEL is currently 86.5p. Conversion ratio is 1 for 50.4 which means CSV shares are now worth 1.72p (mid).
typo56
06/5/2008
23:11
Why not when the conversion is 2.15p
knowing
02/5/2008
15:25
Hopefully.
vssnottm
02/5/2008
15:22
Hopefully should see a push to the 2p level prior to the takeover.
knowing
23/4/2008
11:47
Buy the dips Vs
knowing
22/4/2008
22:41
The Merger will be effected under the IBCA. It is anticipated that the Merger will become effective on or around 6 May 2008.
knowing
22/4/2008
22:39
"This proposed merger makes good sense both commercially and financially for Corporate Services Group and its shareholders. Commercially, it will create a diversified business with total revenues approaching £1 billion with an increased number of brands operating across a range of staffing sectors as well as in outsourced support services markets. Financially, the merged company will be able to realise value from these brands enabling the reduction of debt and increased cash flow. There will also be significant potential savings and synergy benefits relating to personnel and properties. These benefits will provide a robust platform for future organic growth and acquisitions."
knowing
22/4/2008
13:47
Is that good !! When does deal go through ?
vssnottm
22/4/2008
12:52
Near perfect symmetry
knowing
22/4/2008
11:46
Why would you sell now ?
vssnottm
22/4/2008
11:40
Nasty drop.
knowing
14/4/2008
13:03
OK needed to take into account the divi * Corporate Services Group Shareholders will receive one New Impellam Share for every 50.4 Corporate Services Group Shares held which, after adjusting for the conditional dividend payable to Carlisle Shareholders, values each Corporate Services Group Share at 2.15 pence and the existing issued share capital of Corporate Services Group at approximately £23.1 million in aggregate
knowing
14/4/2008
13:01
Just checked and this says 2.49p http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&cb=1208178044&article=25283839&symbol=L%5ECSV Need to see where I got the 2.15p from.
knowing
14/4/2008
10:31
Think the court case has gone away so perhaps things will move on.
vssnottm
14/4/2008
10:29
Wonder why nobody else has picked that up. Are you sure about the 2.15p ?
vssnottm
10/4/2008
11:44
vs watching and wondering if I should add a few as the conversion gives a new share price of 2.15p which is a good premium to todays price.
knowing
09/4/2008
13:27
Result of EGM RNS Number:9891R Corporate Services Group PLC 09 April 2008 9 April 2008 Recommended acquisition of The Corporate Services Group plc by Impellam Group plc (a company formed for the purposes of merging The Corporate Services Group plc and Carlisle Group Limited) On 14 March 2008, it was announced that final agreement had been reached on the terms of the proposed merger between The Corporate Services Group plc ("Corporate Services Group") and Carlisle Group Limited ("Carlisle"). It is proposed that Impellam Group plc ("Impellam") (a company formed for the purposes of merging the Corporate Services Group and Carlisle) will acquire the entire issued and to be issued ordinary share capital of the Corporate Services Group and the entire issued and to be issued share capital of Carlisle. The acquisition of the Corporate Services Group is to be implemented via a scheme of arrangement pursuant to section 425 of the Companies Act 1985 and Part 26 of the Companies Act 2006 (the "Scheme"). The Corporate Services Group announces that the Court Meeting and the General Meeting convened in connection with the proposed acquisition of the Corporate Services Group and the Scheme, which were held on 9 April 2008, have both concluded successfully. All resolutions proposed at the meetings, as set out in the notices of each meeting included in the Scheme Document dated 14 March 2008 (the "Scheme Document"), received the necessary majorities and were accordingly approved.
vssnottm
07/4/2008
10:18
What is happening Knowing ???
vssnottm
14/3/2008
15:30
Bit of activity today - 2mil shares traded.
vssnottm
04/3/2008
10:29
More sector news ROUNDUP Michael Page FY profit up 52 pct; sees further expansion but shares fall LONDON (Thomson Financial) - Michael Page International PLC posted a 52 pct increase in full-year profit helped by a continued shortage of candidates, and said it is well positioned and more resilient to economic cycles, which will ensure future growth. Evolution Securities analyst Hector Forsythe previously said the driving force for future growth will be supply constraints in specialist recruitment niches, together with regulatory and legislative changes in European markets. The company said today these key drivers include a deregulation of the labour markets, demographic changes, an increased global shortage of qualified professionals, increasing job mobility and a greater awareness and acceptance for companies to use specialist recruitment services. Michael Page also gave investors what they were looking for by outlining its growth strategy for the future, saying it wants to continue with expansion, including moving into Austria, New Zealand and Turkey. The company is also planning to open countless new offices including three in the Americas, seven across Europe and two new offices in China. Finally, Michael Page posted a 52 pct increase in pretax profit and said it was seeing similar year-on-year increases in activity levels in all regions since the start of the current year, with the exception of certain sectors related to the banking market. But shares fell despite the positive results. At 09.45 am, Michael Page shares were down 2.2 pct or 6 pence to 271.75 pence. Landsbanki analyst Ian Jermin said that "however good the results for 2007, the share price is reflecting continued concern about the US economy and the possibility of contagion in the UK and broader global economy". Investors got spooked by the slowdown in Michael Page's Finance division and Financial Services sector. Deutsche Bank said it cannot lose the feeling that a wider slowdown is coming despite the results being in line. Chief executive Steve Ingham told reporters during a conference call that Michael Page is experiencing two issues: a self-inflicted problem within Finance and the credit crunch impact on Financial Services. Ingham said that within the UK, Michael Page Finance produced a mixed performance with good growth in the regions being held back by below expectation growth in London and the South East. But the CEO added that the slowdown in Finance was of the company's own making and is being remedied by changes to the management structure of these businesses, which should produce an improved performance in 2008. The company said that its Financial Services had a very good first half of the year but that the "credit crunch" in the latter half of 2007 has impacted certain parts of the banking market causing the growth rate to slow, being flat year-on-year in the fourth quarter. The offices that are mainly impacted include those in London, Tokyo and Manhattan. Deutsche Bank analysts also said that sectors such as Legal and HR, which have some exposure to banking, are also seeing a slowdown. Merrill Lynch analyst Andrew Ripper pointed out that banking makes up about 7 pct of the group's net fees. He added, however, that the group is continuing to add headcount, which could reach 6,000 by the end of 2008 if the majority of markets remain favourable. Michael Page reported good full-year results today with pretax profit reaching 147.4 mln stg from 97 mln in the year before period, on a 28 pct rise in revenue to 831.6 mln. In the UK, which now only makes up 39 pct of gross profit, Michael Page recorded a gross profit increase of 19.4 pct to 186 mln stg. The company said it invested heavily during the year, increasing headcount by 17 pct to 1,799 and opening new offices. Michael Page's EMEA region, which makes up 41 pct of gross profit, saw it rising 55 pct while the Americas recorded an increase of 79 pct. The company said its much more diversified today than in any previous downturn and hence is confident for growth in the future. Michael Page shares already lost half their value on fears that the credit crunch will spread into the wider economy and affect hiring trends. They closed Monday at 277 pence valuing the company at 896 mln stg.
knowing
04/3/2008
07:32
How can they write off £19m in exceptional charges and describe it in such generalised manner in today's results? "Some softening in our US market"?
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